Bondi to Manly Walk

Fast Facts

See the very best of Sydney along the new Bondi to Manly walk. The track passes through extraordinary natural beauty and connects the existing coastal and harbourside walking tracks between the famous surf beaches, Bondi and Manly.

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The 80km track is one of only a handful of urban coastal treks in the world and takes in must-see Sydney icons Mrs Macquarie’s Chair, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, as well as historic sites, art galleries, museums, cafes and restaurants and 47 beaches.

It’s the perfect way to immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture and heritage, with signage along the route explaining the Indigenous connections to the land. You can also see aboriginal carvings between Bondi and Watsons Bay and at Grotto Point, as well as shell middens at Cremorne Point.

The track is designed to be tackled in smaller sections, which can be completed over a number of days, either staying overnight at different hotels en route or within easy access to return to Circular Quay and the CBD each evening. 

Couple enjoying the North Fort, Manly section of the Bondi to Manly Walk

The Route

Whether you do the walk over 4 days or 7, the route remains much the same.

4 Day Itinerary (returning each evening to Circular Quay):

5 Day Itinerary (staying in different hotels each night):

The Main Pond inside the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney in Sydney City

7 Day Itinerary (returning each evening to Circular Quay):

Plan your walk with the Bondi to Manly interactive map.